Few artists can put you in that place where time stands still and you know you're in love, but not sure with who or what. Sarah Jaffe is that place.
2720 Cherokee was filled with the party culture's finest on Saturday night, decked out in a creative assortment of clothing and accessories that lit up and glowed.
Of all the days the weather vane could have picked to end Missouri's historic drought, August 25, the first day of LouFest, was not the one I would have chosen.
In a crowded indie landscape full of electronic pop, it's unlikely that most bands will ever cut through the noise, and even less likely that they'll be exceptionally good. Young Phantogram has already defied both odds.
Catherine Harris-White and Stasia Irons are soaring with THEESatisfaction. Well known among fans of the Seattle hip-hop scene, the duo has taken off with a European tour and buzz both abroad and at home following the release of their debut album, "awE naturalE."